Mar. 28, 2017
"Volunteer canola continues to grow in prevalence across western Canada, now in the top 10 weed list for all prairie provinces according to most recent weed surveys", says Brad Ewankiw, Marketing Manager for Gowan Canada. "We are confident growers will see excellent value from the use of Permit® in dry beans and corn for this increasingly important weed".
Permit® is registered for pre-emergent and post-emergent use in dry beans, and post-emergent use only in corn. Data generated over recent year by independent contract researchers has consistently shown high levels of extended residual control of volunteer canola from both pre and post-emergent applications.
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